In this router table video you will learn about using a router table to cut tenons for your woodworking projects can be difficult, so George Vondriska is here to help ease the process. He shows you how to map out your dimensions, adjust the blade on your router table for length and width and make the proper cuts. If you follow George’s instructions, you won’t need a mallet to jam the joinery together; you will end up with a flush, comfortable fit.
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Router bit collets do wear out, but it can be difficult to tell when. In this woodworking instructional video, master woodworker George Vondriska teaches you how to confirm that your jig’s router bit collet is still properly holding router bits without slipping.Watch Now >>
Good joinery starts with surfaces that mate perfectly without use of clamp pressure. If excessive clamping pressure is used to pull the joint together, it will create stress on your woodworking project that can cause distortion or even splitting to occur. Master woodworker George Vondriska explains how to incorporate a “dry run” into your processWatch Now >>
Did you know that your woodworking router can actually hold and use 8mm shanked router bits? Not 1/4″, not 1/2″, but 8 mm. Master woodworker George Vondriska discusses the calculated method to the madness, and introduces a must-have tool that will allow 8 mm shanked router bits to work in your router. Learn all aboutWatch Now >>